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					The Truth.Machine
Model No.: TM10




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   Do you know he or she is speaking The Truth .....?

   Is our government telling The Truth .....?
Since the earliest days of civilization , people have been faced with the problem of figuring out
who's lying and who's telling the truth. To help determine that, truth seeks throughout the years
have developed many methods to gauge a suspect's guilt or innocence. Most of those methods relied
on physiological indicators such as sweating, rapid pulse rates, blushing, rapid breathing, trembling,
or shifting gazes.
During the 1960s, the American military sponsored research to develop a convert lie detector.
Methods ranged from using complex optical scanners to measure pupil dilation, infrared scanners to
monitor skin temperature, microwave interferometers to measure breathing, and even odor
detectors. Also during that period, some research was directed at detecting stress levels in voice.
It seems that a person's voice changes under stress. In rate instances, a voice can even "crack."
Such changes make voice-stress analysis possible. Best of all, as hinted at earlier, a test subject
need not be present; conversations taken from a radio, television, telephone, or even tape recording
can be used.
In the mid seventies, American scientists developed the Psychological Stress Evaluator (PSE) and
the Voice Stress Analyzer (VSA). Daka Research has taken these two prominent principles and
developed the Truth.Machine. The Truth.Machine detects the resulting frequency modulation
produced by micro tremors and at the same time it measures the amplitude of upper and lower
sidebands from voice modulations. The result can be analyzed through the bar graph comparator as
shown visually by the LED band.
This lie detection system which we claim to be as good as the FBI's version, nevertheless, neither
result can be admissible in the court of law.
It is a fun, novel and make a great conversation piece. Test it with TV personalities, actors in films
newscasters, politicians, and your friends. Evaluate yourself to see if you sound clam and confident.
The handsome Lucite and aluminum housing measures 153mm (H) x 130 mm (W) x 35 mm (D). The
"Truth.Machine" is marketed under the brand name Daka Research. Private label welcomed.
The time to buy is now! Act now and you can own the world's first consumer lie detection system.
This executive desk top model come with a one-year manufacturer's limited warranty

				
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